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Low Cost Life Cover-About Us

Low Cost Life Cover-About Us

Today I wanted to share details about us! Who we are and how we work. Have a read.
We are a family run business headed by me Anthony. I have 23 years’ experience in the Financial Services industry.

21 first-time buyer mistakes – and how to avoid them

21 first-time buyer mistakes – and how to avoid them

Buying your first home is a special moment in anyone’s life. It can be a long and challenging journey, but once you’ve got the keys in your hands and a place to call your own, there’s no feeling quite like it. Even with the hard part over, though, there are potential pitfalls that await as you begin your life as a homeowner. From security and services to making it easier to settle in, here’s some tips on how to avoid common mistakes, and get off to a great start…

Taking a healthy approach

Taking a healthy approach

The Irish Cancer Society’s report also calculates the average extra spend per month for a cancer patient and finds that it is approximately €756, even for patients with a medical card or private health insurance. In addition, the report finds that: “those who cannot work, work less or lose income as a result of having cancer, face an income drop averaging €1,527 a month, or €18,323 per year.” Given these startling figures, it makes sense to have a protection plan in place now so you can be reassured that should the worst happen, you and your family will be fully protected.

How to Die Well

How to Die Well is a book of insightful essays, inclusive cultural conversations and all-important resources for anyone dealing with death.

€109 million in Protection Claims paid in 2020

• €45 million was paid to approx. 2,000 Income Protection claimants.
• We invested over €200,000 towards rehabilitation and retraining programmes which benefited approximately 100 income protection claimants.
• €51 million paid to approx.453 Life Protection claimants.
• €12.8m was paid to approx.132 Specified Illness claimants.

Physical and mental health is the number one priority for 50% of the Irish public in 2021

Physical and mental health is the number one priority for 50% of the Irish public in 2021

Five in ten people in Ireland plan to make health, be it physical or mental, their focus this year.
This is the primary finding of the latest survey from leading protection specialist Royal
London, which revealed that more women (37%) than men (26%) are focused on their physical
wellbeing in 2021, while slightly more men (20%) than women (17%) are focused on improving
their mental health

Don’t take your Mortgage Protection from the Bank

Don’t take your Mortgage Protection from the Bank

So why not use your Bank for Mortgage Protection.   What’s the major difference between using an Independent broker rather than a bank? Here are 5 reasons… 1) The bank cannot offer the same product’s a broker can! Hey Anthony the bank has agreed to match the price and...

Almost 6 in 10 people do not have a will in place

Almost 6 in 10 people do not have a will in place

Almost 6 in 10 people do not have a will in place • Men more likely than women to have a will• 55% say Covid-19 has made them realise the importance of having a will Over half the population (59%) have not taken steps to put a legal will in place, while 34% say...

Life insurance payouts for Covid total £202m in 2020

Life insurance payouts for Covid total £202m in 2020

Association of British Insurers (ABI) figures show equivalent of over £550,000 per day was paid in Covid-19 death claims in 2020 According to the figures, there were 11,198 claims received under individual and group life insurance policies. Of these, 10,205 were...